New Yorkers Refuse to Turn In Neighbors

From CBS Albany:

Just one New York State resident has been arrested thanks to a gun tip hotline set up by state police, according to the state Department of Criminal Justice Services.

In February of 2012, 11 months before the state passed their stringent gun law known as the NY SAFE Act, a hotline was set up for people to call who thought they knew someone that possessed an illegal gun. If a person was arrested and convicted the tipster would receive a $500 reward.

This information along with the lack of guns registered in Connecticut proves the point that citizens will simply ignore the law when they feel it is unjust.

, , , ,

Comments are closed.